TV Ratings May 21: MasterChef leads 10 to rank #1 under 50

• Seven News and Home and Away lock in all people wins

• Seven News and Home and Away lock in all people wins
• MasterChef leads 10 to rank #1 Thursday in demos + under 50
• Jess wins immunity, wows judges, topples Poh in a photo finish

Seven News 1,190,000/1,108,000
Nine News 1,060,000/1,020,000
ABC News 771,000
A Current Affair 752,000
The Project 398,000/604,000
7.30 539,000
10 News 451,000/329,000
Sunrise 291,000
News Breakfast 258,000
The Drum 219,000
SBS World News 210,000
Today 201,000
The Latest 165,000

Seven: The channel has won its second successive night all people for the primary channel and network.
Home and Away finished its week with an average of 586,000 across three episodes.
The 2009 movie The Proposal then did 314,000.

 Nine: A Current Affair continues to record strong ratings this week with a Thursday on 752,000, up from 721,000 on Tuesday.
RBT then did 464,000.
The 2012 movie The Bourne Legacy followed on 279,000.

10: MasterChef was the only place to be for advertisers looking for a big audience all people and in all key demos. The immunity episode started with a four-way packet noodle challenge and then climaxed with Poh v Jess in what could have been a preview of the final with arguably the two best cooks at present. Both dishes were super impressive, but it was 21-year-old Jess who really wowed the judges, particularly Jock. The episode did 985,000 after 944,000 a week ago.

ABC: Grand Designs Australia was tracking the build of as Palm Springs themed home in Sydney’s Balgowlah. The episode did 349,000.
Preceding it was The Heights on just 214,000.

SBS: Another big night for Anglophiles with The World’s Most Beautiful Railway on 283,000 followed by How the Victorians Built Britain on 220,000.

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